Trent Boult returned a five wicket haul, his 10th in Tests, to end England’s innings early on Day 4, but the hosts responded with regular wickets to leave the second Test at Trent Bridge interestingly poised. England were all out for 539, conceding a 17-run lead. Will Young and Devon Conway struck half-centuries in the second innings but New Zealand weren’t unscathed and went into Stumps on Monday , June 13, at 224/7, leading by 238.
Brief scores: New Zealand 553 & 224/7 (Will Young 56, Devon Conway 52; Matty Potts 2-32, James Anderson 1-18) lead England 539 (Joe Root 176, Ollie Pope 145; Trent Boult 5-106) by 238 runs.
We continue to take wickets in the evening session!
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